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is not even getting accurate enrollment data -- >> we don't even know how many people have signed up. >> no, hhs doesn't know itself. >> they don't know either. >> right. i think that's why they haven't been saying. >> and we decent know when it will be fixed. they promise the end of november but there's no guarantee that that will be the case. >> no. and they didn't really say which november. i think it's -- this could stretch out much longer than they're predicting. >> the other thing that's striking to me and we heard the clip from the president say we're going to grind it out. three yards and a cloud of confused technology or whatever it is. but, politically it means they're not going to bend on this. they're just going to keep driving, and no delays, that seems to be the message. >> i think so. this is the rendezvous with liberal destiny, and they're not going to let anything dissuade them from the trek they're on, even the problems they created themselves. >> but is that creating problems for themselves? why not just delay it a rear? >> it -- well, that would be the best option, i thi
is at mile 23 of its nuclear marathon and we're saying, don't sprint to the finish line, let's bring it down to a jog. if you really wanted to halt the nuclear program, you would actually ratchet up sanctions. you would increase the pain on the iranians. people keep talking about how much they're hurting but there's more that can be done. blocking their oil. u.n. security council resolutions insist that iran cease enriching uranium. this deal violates the security resolution. >> is there a better deal to make and behalf of the administration, playing devil's advocate? >> to see what happens in the next six month, there is a deal i think we can live with if we do close at least one of the plans. really do dismantle a significant amount of centrifuges and allow inspections of the military sites. this regime has given no indication over the last 20 years it is ready to do that, nor by the price it paid by this deal that it will be forced to do that. that's the real danger here. we've given away a sanctions regime that took years to put together and has been very effective. >> here's the other a
patrick kennedy about their uncle's legacy. don't want to miss it. that's it. have a great week. see you next "fox news sunday." >> "fox news sunday" is a presentation of fox news. >>> this week on "the journal editorial report" obama care panic. the president gets an earful from senate democrats nervous that obama care will hurt their hopes for re-election. >>> and chris christie's landslide. easily re-elected as new jersey's governor. and winning the majority of women. and hispanics. but is he a model for the gop? all that. >>> plus, america's schools get their report card. find out who's making the most improvements. >> i am sorry that they are finding themselves in this situation based on assurances they got from me. >> welcome to "the journal editorial report." i'm paul gigot. as more obama care problems plague the white house, president obama now apologizes that americans are losing their health care coverage when he originally promised they would be able to keep it, period. now even democrats are admitting that healthcare.gov should be shut down until it's fixed and made
? and if you don't, then the first responders move on to the next house. the reality is hundreds of people in this community, at least, will not have a place to stay tonight. they will not -- you know, as you can see from those photos, not just their house but everything in the house. so clothing, food, basic life necessities that you need to go to work tomorrow. tomorrow is monday. and many of these folks, you know, will be expected at work. some kids will need to go to school and everything they had as part of their life is gone. so those are the things that the red cross can really help with and our office has been working with them to make sure that they're on-site, which they are now, and providing help to the families that need it so that they can hopefully have some sense of normalcy, albeit not much given their houses being gone, but that they can at least carry on with their life this week as they work with the community and all the insurance adjusters and everything else that have to come in now when a disaster like this strikes. >> well, i know your constituents greatly apprecia
. ah, uh. i don't want you to pay for this. it's not happening, honey. let her get it. she got her safe driving bonus check from allstate last week. and it's her treat. what about a tip? oh, here's one... get an allstate agent. nice! [ female announcer ] switch today and get two safe driving bonus checks a year for driving safely. only from allstate. call an allstate agent and get a quote now. just another way allstate is changing car insurance for good. >>> people need to stop and think about what happens each day now that you don't have an agreement. each day that you don't have an agreement, iran will continue to enrich, iran will continue to put centrifuges in. iran will continue its program. >> secretary of state john kerry in geneva last weekend after talks on iran's nuclear program collapsed. with france's foreign minister balking at what he called a sucker's deal. kerry defended the administration's push to reach an agreement and warned that any new sanctions on iran would sink the ongoing knee goshnegotiatio and push the u.s. towards war. we're back with our guests. matt, you'v
of insurance and giving them more expensive policies they don't want, is not sustainable. >> that's the point, dan, is that really the website is the smallest of their problems. it's the policy cancellations. the sky-high preyums. those are going to last. those are much more powerful. >> those are not going away at all, david. one of the things we haven't mentioned here that's very, very important, james alluded to it, was barack obama sits s at thep of this mess. two things are happening to him. his credibility is being eroded. the competence of his white house and his administration is being eroded. for a president, those are two very dangerous things. to have your credibility and competence so-called into question as this. now, if these democrats go back at thanksgiving and get into as much trouble as they inevitably are going to, they're going to come back to washington and start deciding we've got to put some distance between us and this white house. you may be seeing the development of a streveto proof majority to delay the individual mandate for a year. >> we talked about the danger f
? there was a lot of hand holding. the president saying, don't worry, we're going to get this fixed by the end of november. this is temporary. this will all be over. just a short term problem. are they -- do they believe them? >> paul, you can smell the fear rising up off the pavement down here in washington. there's a lot of nervousness. that being said, there's a little bit of a game goinghere. you have growing numbers of senate democrat, house democrats jumping on board with legislation to delay or change or make sure that people can keep their health insurance. on the other hand, they have been told by the white house that this website is going to be fixed by the end of november. i think some are stringing this out. they're hoping it does get fixed before they have to pull the pin on any legislation. if it doesn't get fixed, they're going to be in a much tougher spot. but the groundwork is being laid to actually make some big moves here. >> that's the thing, i mean, i don't see them, any of these democrats, proposal real substantive changes to the bill. these are token gestures. well, we'l
they don't want is not sustainable >> that's the point, dan, is that really the website is the smallest of their problems. it's the policy cancellation, the sky high premiums. those are going to last and those are much more powerful. >> those are not going away at all, david. i think one of the things that we haven't mentioned here that's very, very important, james alluded to it, was that barack obama sits at the top of this mess. he is the president of the united states. two things are happening to him. his credibility is being eroded and his -- the competence of his white house and his administration is being eroded. for a president those are two dangerous things to have your credibility and confidence so-called into question as this. if these democrats go back at thanksgiving and get into as much trouble as they inevitably are going to they'll come back to washington and start deciding we have to put distance between the white house and this. you may see a veto-proof majority to -- >> let's talk -- we talked about the danger for democrats. but what about the opportunities for republ
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